When I’m in physical pain, my habit is to withdraw and isolate. As counterintuitive as it seems, the cure is found in being visible. Here are 5 specific ways being visible helps resolve my pain.
If you want to be seen by others, you must learn to see yourself. Here’s one way I’ve been learning to become visible to myself over the past several months, and the project that resulted from it.
We may feel vulnerable in sharing our pain with others, but a 2,000 year old myth shows the healing power of letting ourselves be seen in our darkest moments.
I thought I wanted a life of freedom as a digital nomad. Turns out that I thrive with more structure and people to show up for — in person. Here’s the question I should have asked to avoid a long journey down the wrong path.
Engaging in reflection on what brings you pleasure may feel like a “waste of time” when you have so much to do, but this can actually be the key to turbo-boost your productivity.
Venus retrograde encourages us to reflect on the most essential question: What do I want? It may seem simple, until you ask the follow up: Am I allowed to want what I want?
The first step to increasing your visibility is simple, and also the hardest. Here is how you unconsciously avoid taking it.